I was pretty amazed that the author was able to take the life of someone relatively boring and make it an interesting read.
Ayn Rand is interesting, but her life wasn't all that exciting. The author managed to find things about Ms. Rand's life that that helped the reader understand her legacy. The narrator did a very good job reading this one.
There's no point. This was a gift of no value. Ayn Rand might say, "My work is me, the closest you'll get short of a mind meld."
Ayn Rand's work must be read directly if one wishes to know Ayn Rand. Even if an authors intention is good and true, then at best the product is the unintended consequence of second mind interpretations.
Veering sharply from kudo to hysterics, this book is what Rand would have called the product of fuzzy thinking.